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Outlook Excel automation

Posted on 2016-09-25
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Hi Experts

I have an Excel table which I need to filter, need to copy resulting set into empty email and send it to appropriate recipient.

I tried to play with VBA in Excel, I can filter table, select resulting set, copy into clipboard. Then I can create mailitem object, however when I was to paste clipboard contect there via KEYSEND, I am not succesfull, I suspect excel to clean clipboard data when focus is changed from Excel to Outlook.

Do you have any suggestions?

Thanks

Vladimir
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The best source for excel-outlook automation is Ron de Bruin. I'm sure that you will find something there. Post back if you need further help
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ABSOLUTELLY FANTASIC, thanks, by this link you simply answered all possible Excel/Outlook automation questions, thanks.

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What to say, superb :-)
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Pleased to help, but Ron is the hero!
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